Venture capital firm Leta Capital has invested in the American startup ShapesXR, founded by Inga Petryaevskaya, in the seed round for $8.6 million. The ShapesXP solution allows you to create virtual reality games, augmented reality, and immersive applications.
ShapesXR, an American startup founded by Inga Petryaevskaya, has raised $8.6 million in a seed investment round. One of the investors was the venture capital firm Leta Capital, his partner Alexander Chachava said on his page on the social network.
The deal is also featured on the ShapesXR card on Crunchbase. According to the service, the lead investor in the round was British early-stage venture capital firm Supernode Global. A total of 12 investors participated in the round.
ShapesXR offers a set of tools that allow you to create 3D objects. The startup’s solution helps create virtual reality games, augmented reality, and immersive applications.
ShapesXR was founded by Inga Petryaevskaya in the US in 2016. According to Crunchbase, the startup has raised $8.6 million in total funding for the current round.
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